EMARSSEnhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance Surveillance System (US Army)
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"The EMARSS program of record is one of the newest in the Army, and she saw the opportunity to make a positive impact and ran with it.
Caption: The Boeing Emarss (Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance/Surveillance System) Beechcraft SKA-350ER is shown on its first flight, on May22,2013.
Release date- 22102012 - FAIRFAX, Va.,- Boeing [NYSE: BA] completed the first flight of the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS) Risk Reduction Prototype (ERRP) aircraft on Saturday, Oct.
1530-1615: Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS) Media Roundtable
* $540 million from an Army airborne surveillance system designated the Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS);
Ground station modernization expanded dedicated Guardrail support and now includes a variety of platforms such as ARL, four variations of EMARSS, and a growing fleet of nonstandard QRC aircraft.
In November 2010 Boeing was awarded the $ 88.1 million two-year Emarss development contract, which includes four trials aircraft with options on two more, and six low-rate initial production units (increased to 18 in the FY12 budget request).
The company has joined a varied list of potential bidders for the enhanced medium-altitude reconnaissance surveillance system (EMARSS) contract.
EMARSS. EMARSS is a worldwide self-deployable AISR [system designed for timely, accurate, assured support to tactical forces over the full spectrum of operations.